Unsplash 12+

Beautiful photos and images

Unsplash Inc

    • 4.8 • 9.8K Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The Unsplash app is home to over 6 million free high-resolution images brought to you by the world’s most generous community of photographers. Want in?

Beautiful, free images

With Unsplash, you’ve got access to over six million high-resolution photos that are free to do-whatever-you-want with. And with new images hand-selected every day, you’ll find the perfect photo for your next project — guaranteed.


Unlimited Unsplash Access

When you create a free account, you’ll be able to collect photos to keep coming back to and access them anywhere: iPhone, iPad, your computer — you name it.


Drag & Drop

Plus, our app plays well with others on iPad. Simply drag your favourite Unsplash photos into any app that supports drag & drop, like Keynote, Pages and Notes.


Anyone can join the Unsplash community

No pro camera? No problem! You don’t need fancy equipment to start contributing to Unsplash - submitting a photo can be as simple as picking up your phone and taking a few photos. So whether you’re new to photography or consider yourself a pro—your images are welcome here.


Make something awesome

Millions of creators from around the world have downloaded over 5 billion Unsplash images to create presentations, artwork, mockups, and more.


About Unsplash

We built Unsplash as a way to empower creativity by sharing copyright-free photography. Today, Unsplash hosts some of the world’s most widely-seen photos, contributed by a community of some of the most talented (and most generous) creators in the world. Curiosity piqued? Come contribute a shot, or spend some time browsing. Make something awesome at https://unsplash.com.

What’s New

Version 2024.05.1

Various fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
9.8K Ratings

9.8K Ratings

reviewsssessesse ,

Unsplash > Everything else

My personal experience with Unsplash has been an interesting story. 3 years ago I posted a couple of pictures out of curiosity, at the time it was funny to me because it seemed like any other similar service where they sell you a dream and I thought I would’ve gain much but it was worth the shot. Some time passes by and I get a letter from Unsplash with a sticker gifted to me and I LOVE STICKERS. But what I loved more was their intention behind sending the stickers, they never asked for money or a premium version etc.. They also did not promise anything and that pushed me to post a couple more pictures later on, every month afterwards I’d get the monthly stats on my email. I remember seeing 40K views on my picture and I thought it was too good to be true. Months go by and the views and downloads kept growing. That’s when I realized the potential, as a photographer, I have thousands of random pictures laying around on my hard drives. And while most professional photographers tend to be protective of their work, understandably so, have tons of unused pics that will never benefit them. My rationale is that 1. Lose nothing, 2. Nothing matters, so what if they took it, 3. Opportunities

Jonathinadams ,

Great platform for photography!

As a photographer I see a lot of the same trends or advertising on Instagram and on here it’s refreshing to not only big see adds bug to also not see “influencers” as well. It’s real photographer with amazing work sharing their passion with the world.

The app doesn’t have some features the site has like the notifications settings although that’s not a huge deal. I also like that although my photos I share get likes and I can see when people follow me(both not supported on the app) there’s not a number next to my photos or my name. This is huge on social media and can have many negative effects on people. I think that this site is doing the right thing with not allowing for a number to dictate how, when and what you share.

As the team and community of unsplash grows, I hope it stays on the path it’s on and doesn’t turn into another social media app that strays away from its roots.

Jess269_ ,

Love Unsplash, app could use some major quality of life updates

Love Unsplash, such great photography and i love scrolling through the app for cool art references. The only issue is some UI problems with the app. for example, you can’t click on the photos themselves, or zoom in on them. You can’t reach the photographer or follow them from the home screen, the only way is to search the name. You can download an image easily, but it sends it directly to your photo library without an option to send them to your file app or anything. Besides that, i like that in the website you can choose the quality/size of your image when downloaded, but the app doesn’t give you that choice. The last thing is a way to share images/users. There may be specific ways that you can do these things, but they are so un-user-friendly that i couldn’t find them when i was specifically looking for them. I suggest fixing these so that sharing and following photographers is easier

App Privacy

The developer, Unsplash Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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